Through Finos, a project that started internally to help Citi get a better handle on its cloud controls now includes the likes of Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, RBC, BMO and LSEG.
Lawmakers and vendors are set to usher in an era of mutualized data insights. Are banks ready?
The Australian exchange was the first exchange to be all-in on DLT—and the project failed. Anthony speaks with ASX’s Tim Whiteley to discuss the lessons learned and why he thinks the second attempt will succeed.
The data provider is utilizing generative AI and large language models to provide a conversational interface in FactSet Workstation that will complement AI-powered workflows and products.
As you explore ways to use genAI, do you benefit from having ML and NLP experts on staff who have followed AI evolution for years? Anthony thinks that’s an important question when talking about quantum exploration.
Bill Murphy, managing partner at Cresting Wave, is back to discuss the foundations necessary to leverage emerging technologies in the long run.
The bank’s innovation head says observability can aid regulatory acceptance.
Some banks have soured on quantum exploration. Others are playing a game of wait and see.
The average FX professional uses eight applications at any one time. But integrating the FX workflow is a daunting task.
LTX has pinned its hopes of breaking into the fixed-income market on innovative use of AI. But how successful has its approach been, and what is it up against?
A lot gets made about how much fixed income has been electronified. Anthony says that “percentage” ignores the important technological evolutions and strategic shifts being made by the vendor community.
The bank spent the last three years evolving and expanding LiquidityDirect to include additional asset classes, and will white label the platform to customers.
The exchange’s to-do list includes embedding its data, analytics, and workflows in the Microsoft Teams and productivity suite.
As LLMs and generative AI grab headlines, another AI subset is gaining ground—and it might solve what generative AI can’t.
PM <GO> is a new workstation meant to support buy-side decision-making from analysis to implementation.
As the EU pushes through a historic AI Act, its neighbor is left wondering how to keep up.
Tech giant quells fears over a Skynet-style reality, stressing a risk-based approach to AI usage during a panel in London on Thursday.
Standard Chartered’s David Sharratt joins the podcast to discuss creating data products.
Execs from Amazon, Google and IBM explain their capital markets strategy when it comes to rolling out new AI tools.
For conventional vendors, banks say due diligence rules will be the toughest challenge
Steve Rubinow joins the podcast to discuss artificial intelligence and the hype cycle of generative AI.
Tech giant’s cloud computing arm grew customer base in Q2 despite cost-cutting among users
The exchange revealed it has been working with LLMs for a decade to drive automation around its messaging platform. Now, it’s looking for more uses across all asset classes.
Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft aren't just cloud providers anymore—and their tentacles are going to spread deep into trading systems going forward.